Testicular ischemia secondary to epididymo-orchitis: A case
Testicular infarction is a common urological emergency in clinical practice, it is still underreported when it results from other than spermatic cord torsion. It rarely arises from other pathological processes like vasculitis and infectious disease.

Urology Case Reports, report a case of 18-year-old with epididymo-orchitis complicated by testicular ischemia. This case accentuates the need for a high index of suspicion to rule out concomitant testicular ischemia secondary to epididymo-orchitis that might be salvaged in the future with immediate surgical intervention. Testicular infarction is a devastating complication from epididymo-orchitis that is difficult to predict and distinguish from more common presentations of acute scrotum.

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